Spring has sprung and though it’s nice to see the flowers and birds coming back into our lives, it comes at a cost. Springtime allergies can be pretty serious and when they hit, you might find yourself feeling snuffly and sneezy, but there are a few things that you can do to keep the allergens to a minimum.
Clean Your Bedding Regularly
Dust mites and pollen tend to cause the most problems when it comes to irritating our allergies and both of those irritants love to gather on your bedding. You should be washing your pillowcase, sheets, and comforter weekly in very hot water to get rid of pesky dust mites. Whenever possible, you should also invest in allergen-friendly covers for your mattress and pillows.
Stay on Top of Dust
Dust is the enemy of allergy-sufferers everywhere. As it collects, it aggravates our noses and makes our eyes itchy and watery. Dust likes to accumulate anywhere it can, but some of the most common places include tables, decorations you don’t move often, blinds, and ceiling fans. Not only that, but when you tackle dust, it’s imperative to use a micro-fiber cleaning cloth to ensure that you’re actually picking it up rather than just moving it around. Thankfully, we always use micro-fiber cloths when we clean your home.
How’s the Floor Doing?
Floors can also collect a lot of dust and debris that will irritate your allergies. The best way to minimize this problem is to vacuum. However, not all vacuums are created equal in this regard. You’ll want to use a vacuum that uses a HEPA filter to ensure that you’re not just moving the dust around, but that you’re truly cleaning your home. Thankfully, when you call on the experts at Immaculate Clean, you can rest easy knowing that we’ve got you covered.
Immaculate Clean Is Ready to Help You
If you or your family are suffering from major allergies, then having your home cleaned on a regular basis can help. Rest assured that everything we do is designed to sanitize your home to promote health and cleanliness. Contact us today so that we can work together to stay on top of allergy season!